These will generally be notions going around my head at various points in time

Does the notion that God created humanity invalidate the typical definition used to describe Him?

How much should my life be shaped by the woman who eventually enters it?

Where do you draw line between looking after others and being true to yourself?

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  1. 1 Lyn Tuesday, 12 January 2010 at 00:17

    In my view:

    1) I don’t think it does, but I may well hold a disparate view of the definition that is ‘typically ascribed to Him’…!

    2) Not at all. Look for someone to complement who you ARE, don’t bend to the person you think they’ll want you to be. Of course, that doesn’t preclude trying to improve oneself, but it shouldn’t be done in an effort to please or appease someone else. It should be done for yourself, in an effort to be the best person you can be.

    3) Being true to oneself is vital, but the occasional bend against being self-centred is conducive to personal growth. This should not be at the long-term expense of your own well-being.

  2. 2 shouldknowbetterbynow Saturday, 16 January 2010 at 01:52

    @Lyn
    1 – I suppose the issues is why did a (typical definition) all-knowing, all-powerful, omnipresent God create humanity in the first place?

    2 – Again this is a bit more to do with the faith struggles. A good looking atheist female who wanted to could probably affect my thinking in a lot of ways. I’m quite content with certain things in my life and don’t worry I’m not going to change fundamentals without a very good reason for doing so

    3 – This one is just a mess if I’m honest. Probably will feature in posts in the not too distant future


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